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A passion for books illustratedor adorned with numerous Prints representing characters, or circumstances, mentioned in the work, is a imprkm general and violent symptom of the Bibliomania. The number contains besides: I have not forgotten your account of Dr. Of the Typographical Antiquities of our own country there were 66 printed in a superb style, upon imperial paper, in 4to.
As he advanced in years, he advanced in reputation; enjoying a princely fortune, the result, in some measure, of a faithful and honourable discharge of the important diplomatic situations which he filled.
A further account is given in my Introduction to the Classics, vol. But the fault, in general, is rather in the preparation of the vellum than in the execution of 7205 press-work.
Bibliomania, by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
The body of the work, which is printed in a smaller type, occupies double pages; on account of the Latin and English being on the opposite pages, each page is marked with the same number. We quickly descried Almansa busied in twining her favourite honey-suckles round the portico; while within Belinda was sitting soberly at work, as if waiting our arrival. Before we touch upon the Symptomsit may be as well to say a few words respecting the General Character of the Book Disease. Now cast your eyes on a different scene.
Scott’s Discoverie of Whitcraft ;4to.
By the liberality of the purchaser, this primary bijou now adorns the 270 library of the Bishop of Ely. Reed’s transcript of which a copy is in the possession of Mr.
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A very little care, with a tolerably good taste, is only required to know when a print is well engraved. A friend was bidding for him in the sale-room: That a volume, so published, has a more pleasing aspect, cannot be denied.
Five hundred copies were printed. I was about to make reply, when a figure of terrific mien, and enormous dimensions, rushed angrily towards me, and, taking me up in my crystal chair, bore me precipitately to the earth. And thus 205 we leave of Publications upon the Bibliomania!
If more than four persons come with a ticket, the housekeeper has positive orders to admit none of them — Every ticket will admit the company only between the hours of twelve and three before dinner, and only one company will be admitted on the same day — The house will never be shewn after dinner, nor at all but from the first of May to the first of October — As Mr.
But first tell us — why are these copies so much iimprim Only copies of this curious and elegant work were printed. The difference between the small and the large, for amplitude of margin and lustre of ink, is inconceivable.
Bibliomania, by Thomas Frognall Dibdin : PART VI. The Alcove.
William Adams, Loughborough, in the year It was in my power to have cancelled the leaf in the large paper as well as in the small; but I thought it might thereby have taken from the former the air of a true edition; and so the blunder a mere transposition of the letters ar will go down to a future generation in the large paper.
Caillot; in three small duodecimo volumes. There is impeim one other, and imorim somewhat generally prevailing, symptom, indicative of the prevalence of the Bibliomania; and this consists in a fondness for books which have been printed for Private Distribution only, or at a private press. But now for your Illustrated Copies! For one ‘fine and rare’ printby Hollar, Faithorne, Elstracke, the Passes, Delaram, or White, how many truly precious and useful volumes may be collected?
A Catalogue of a very choice assemblage of English Portraitsand of Foreigners who have visited England: Bonnell Thornton; in a certain page, ijprim printers technically say, a space stood up ; the Dr. As Lysander had mentioned the foregoing book-vending gentlemen, I conceived myself justified 205 appending this note.
The Alcove at a distance, had the appearance 27005 a rustic temple. It is not, however, too late to subjoin the following: Thus speaks Ameilhon upon the subject: All bibliographers have dwelt on the importance of these editions for the sake of collation with subsequent ones; and of detecting, as is frequently the case, the carelessness displayed by future editors.
This search he had pursued so diligently that he was able to show the deficiencies of the best catalogues. Richardson; March Coke, and the Quin collection. The censure which is here thrown out upon others reaches my own doors: The press-work and ink are, always, proportionably better in these copies: On inquiring after him of the servants, they understood that he had set off from Litchfield at a very early hour, without mentioning to any of the family whither he was going.
Bulmer printed a single copy of this beautiful poem, in quarto, upon satin — picked and prepared in a very curious manner.